Counselor's and Peer Educator's Blog

These materials are for staff in clinical settings who provide counselling to PrEP users. In many settings, counselling may be performed by medical or nursing staff, health educators, HIV test counsellors, pharmacists, peer educators, or health navigators.  Community education is important for shaping appropriate awareness of and demand for PrEP, HIV testing, and treatment. If community education has been successful, the role of the clinic based counselling activity may be primarily to develop plans for effective use, check-in on PrEP use and desires to remain on PrEP, and assist in problem solving and skills building. 

WHO PrEP Tool for Counselors.